The Carlyle detachment of the RCMP responded to a various calls throughout the week of March 1 to March 7.
There were two misdials and one – determined to be – non-emergency.
RCMP received a 911 call, which required the ambulance when someone slipped on ice and was injured.
With blizzard conditions a call reported an abandoned vehicle in the ditch. RCMP attended.
There was a complaint of an abandoned snowmobile.
Alcohol related calls
A caller provided information to RCMP regarding people who are likely to drive while under the influence.
An individual called to ask RCMP to remove unwanted intoxicated people from their residence in the Carlyle area.
There was a phone call with concerns that people were drinking while on snowmobile trails in the area.
Members issued a three-day roadside suspension to a driver due to alcohol related issues. The individual’s vehicle was also towed.
There was a RID (Report Intoxicated Drivers) call identifying a potentially impaired driver. This matter is under investigation.
An assault report was the result of an ongoing disagreement between individuals. The matter is under investigation.
There was a reported assault in the Carlyle area, which is under investigation.
Members provided assistance to EMS.
An individual reported seeing someone on the side of the road and were worried about his well-being. The individual was simply waiting for his ride.
RCMP received a call asking them for a ride home.
Break and enter
There was a break and enter reported in the Carlyle area. An investigation was conducted, but it appears to be unfounded.
There was a dispute over a car rental. This was determined to be a non-police matter.
There was a complaint of a dangerous driver on #13 near Antler. Patrols were made, but RCMP were unable to locate the vehicle.
An individual was fined $280 for driving without due care and attention. The driver was also given warnings for using a cell phone while driving and for speeding.
Three warnings for operating a motor vehicle or trailer without registration were issued.
One driver was fined $150 for driving without their driver’s licence and was also given a warning for operating a motor vehicle without registration.
Another ticket for driving without a licence was issued for $150 and there were two other drivers given warnings for failing to produce their licence for a peace officer upon request.
Inspection notices: windshield, daytime running lights, obstructed licence plates (2), muffler (2), mudflaps, inadequate headlamps, and tint (4).
There was a warning issued for failing to wear a seatbelt.
A ticket for $580 was issued for not having their vehicle registered.
Four warnings were issued for speeding, while 11 tickets were issued in the $130 range for speeding, and one driver was fined $150 for speeding.
A $100 fine was given to an individual for operating a snowmobile without certification or registration. The individual was fined under the Snowmobile Act.
There was a motor vehicle collision which resulted in $125 fine for following a vehicle more closely than reasonable in weather conditions.
Another collision was reported to the RCMP. The vehicle involved was not driveable.
Someone was reported for operating a dirt bike in Redvers.
A warning was issued to an individual for failing to use headlights or not using headlights in poor visibility.
There was a ticket issued for $175 to an individual for having a load that dropped on the highway or was likely to drop.
An individual was given a warning for failing to display their licence plate. Even if it cannot be attached in the designated spot, it needs to be visible in the back window of the vehicle.
Failure to comply
An individual was failing to comply with their release conditions. The officer looking into the matter used discretion and the individual was not charged.
Three individuals failed to attend court and there are warrants out for them.
There were a total of three false alarms during this time: one was accidental at a business at closing time, members attended the second and the building was secure, and an employee at a business in the Carlyle area was unaware of the alarm system.
There was a fire call to a land location outside of Carlyle where a shed was on fire and the caller was concerned the fire would spread to other buildings.
A vehicle in Wawota caught fire. There were no injuries and the fire was put out promptly.
A cabin at the White Bear Resort caught fire. Carlyle and Kenosee volunteer fire departments responded.
There was a call from a complainant who reported a potential phone scam.
A person reported receiving a suspicious phone call.
There was a theft reported from a business. This matter is under investigation.